Bottle Cap Magnets

6:33:00 AM

I bought bottle caps and magnets to do 
a little project with my class but they ended up to be a 
Farmhouse project after all...

The project got shelved at school so I decided to
make a little project for myself with the bottle caps...

I had seen these pinned from Farmhouse Decor...

I printed out a sheet of numbers, used a 1" hole puncher to cut out the numbers, then glued them into the bottle caps.

I added a strong magnet to the back with hot glue.

Then using a product called Triple Thick, 
I painted 3 coats on the numbers.

I let the product dry overnight, 
it gives a resin-like finish to the numbers.

In the morning the magnets are ready to use on your
favorite notes... 

Since most refrigerators no longer support magnets...

Where do you use magnets in your home?


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  1. The magnets are so cute! It was a shock to move in to our new home and find that the fridge wasn't magnetic. The back door is, so that's where things are--except we rarely use the back door, so everything on there is woefully out of date!

  2. Love these! I just got all new appliances and realized that my fridge was not magnetic, but my dishwasher is magnetic :) It was a bummer to not have a magnetized fridge, but it looks cleaner and more organized :)

  3. I used double-stick tape to put up a baking sheet for magnets. You can bet some clever little bottle cap numbers will be joining the magnet family! I painted the baking sheet with chalkboard paint so it would be twice as handy.

  4. my new fridge is magnetic, but I'm working very hard to keep only 3-4 items on there. (current pics)

    cute magnets Susan!


  5. Of course I love these, easy and cute. Pinning to my crafts board for next time I need something easy and cute.

  6. Love this and they look amazing! TFS...hugs...


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